Accreditations & Memberships



We pride ourselves on only using products and suppliers that are committed to having a positive impact on the environment and the people that work for them. There's some more info on each of them here:

  • Global Organic Textile Standard

    The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the world-leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain. Fibre is traceable from field to fabric.

  • Organic Content Standard

    The Organic Content Standard (OCS) applies to any non-food product containing 95-100 percent organic material. It verifies the presence and amount of organic material in a final product and tracks the flow of the raw material from its source to the final product.

  • Fair Wear Foundation

    The FWF (like all of us) want to see a world where the garment industry supports workers in realising their rights to safe, dignified, properly paid employment. They focus on garment production, specifically sewing, cutting and trimming processes, which are the most labour-intensive parts of the supply chain.

  • PETA Approved Vegan

    Vegan apparel that contains no leather, fur, wool, skin or any other animal-derived fabric is revolutionising the way that we shop and dress. Although you can easily find fashionable animal-free products in many high-street stores, some companies go further, either by ensuring that everything they sell is 100 per cent vegan or by clearly sign-posting their vegan products.

  • Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production

    WRAP is an independent, objective, non-profit team of global social compliance experts dedicated to promoting safe, lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing around the world through certification and education. They certify production facilities against 12 ethical principles.

  • Earth Positive

    EarthPositive is produced exclusively from organic Indian cotton, and the entire production process is controlled and certified in accordance with the latest version of GOTS. All products feature an Earth Positive label and come from a completely carbon-neutral factory in Tamil Nadu, India.

  • OekoTex Standard

    If a textile article carries the STANDARD 100 label, you can be certain that every component has been tested for harmful substances and that the article therefore is harmless in human ecological terms. The test is conducted by independent partner institutes on the basis of the extensive OekoTex criteria.

  • Textile Exchange

    Textile Exchange is the driving force for urgent climate action on textile fibre and materials with a goal of 45% reduced CO2 emissions by 2030. By benchmarking the industry and providing actionable tools for improvement, Textile Exchange is driving a race to the top.

  • Sustainable Apparel Coalition

    The SAC's vision is of an apparel industry that produces no unnecessary environmental harm and has a positive impact on the people and communities associated with it. The Coalition develops the Higg Index, a standardised value chain measurement suite of tools for all industry participants.

  • Soil Association Organic

    The Soil Association is the UK’s leading organic certification body, and certifies over 70% of the organic market, from textiles and fashion, to food, drink and beauty products. The Soil Association organic symbol is the most recognised and trusted organic symbol in the UK.

  • REACH Compliance

    REACH is a European Union regulation concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals. It provides a high level of protection to human health and the environment from the use of chemicals.

  • Sedex Membership

    Sedex is a global membership organisation that prides itself on making it simpler to do business that’s good for everyone. They’re home to one of the world’s largest collaborative platforms for sharing responsible sourcing data on supply chains, used by more than 50,000 members worldwide.

  • Business Social Compliance Initiative

    BSCI is a leading supply chain management system that supports companies to drive social compliance and improvements within the factories and farms in their global supply chains. BSCI implements the principle international labour standards protecting workers’ rights such as International Labour Organization conventions and declarations, and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

  • Carbon Trust CO2 Neutral

    The Carbon Trust is an independent, expert partner of leading organisations around the world, helping them contribute to and benefit from a more sustainable future through carbon reduction, resource efficiency strategies and commercialising low carbon technologies.

  • Fair Labor Association

    As a collaborative effort of socially responsible companies, colleges and universities, and civil society organisations, the FLA creates lasting solutions to abusive labour practices by offering tools and resources to companies, delivering training to factory workers and management, conducting due diligence through independent assessments, and advocating for greater accountability.

  • Ethical Trading Initiative

    The ETI is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for workers' rights around the globe. Companies with a commitment to ethical trade adopt a code of labour practice that they expect all their suppliers to work towards. Such codes address issues like wages, hours of work, health and safety and the right to join free trade unions.

  • Recycled Content/Claim Standard

    The Recycled Claim Standard (RCS) is a voluntary, international content claim standard that gives credibility to recycled material claims by tracking recycled input through the supply chain of products. The RCS is a chain of custody standard that uses the requirements of the Content Claim Standard (CCS) for fabrics, clothing, garments, accessories, and more. The goal of the Recycled Claim Standard is to drive higher percentages of recycled content in products and reduce the harmful impact of production on people and the environment.

  • 1% For The Planet

    1% for the Planet is an alliance of businesses that understand the necessity of protecting the natural environment and are concerned with the social and environmental impacts of industry. By contributing 1% of total annual sales to grassroots environmental groups, members of 1% for the Planet affect real change. 

  • SA8000 Social Accountability

    The SA8000 Standard is the world’s leading social certification program. It provides a framework for organisations of all types, in any industry, and in any country to conduct business in a way that is fair and decent for workers and to demonstrate their adherence to the highest social standards. Created by SAI in 1997 as the first credible social certification, it has led the industry for over 20 years.

  • Fairtrade Cotton

    Fairtrade works with small-scale cotton farmers in Asia and Africa and helps build stronger farmer-owned organisations. Fairtrade encourages sustainable cotton production and is the only standard to provide economic benefits, through a guaranteed Fairtrade Minimum Price and additional Fairtrade Premium for seed cotton farmers. Fairtrade works with 21 producer organisations growing Fairtrade cotton in eight countries.

  • Global Recycled Standard

    The GRS is an international, voluntary, full product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices and chemical restrictions. The GRS is intended to meet the needs of companies looking to verify the recycled content of their products (both finished and intermediate) and to verify responsible social, environmental and chemical practices in their production. 

  • The Canopy Project

    The Canopy Project improves our shared environment by planting trees across the globe. Since 2010, it has planted tens of millions of trees, working worldwide to strengthen communities.

    They work with global partners to reforest areas in dire need of rehabilitation, including areas with some of the world’s communities most at-risk from climate change and environmental degradation. They have also conducted broad tree planting in the wake of environmental disasters.

  • Partnership for Sustainable Textiles

    The Partnership for Sustainable Textiles is a multi-stakeholder initiative with members from the fields of business, politics and the civil society with the objective of achieving social, environmental and economic improvements all along the textile supply chain. The Textile Partnership pools the strength and expertise of its members in order to bring about social, environmental and economic improvements.

  • Better Cotton Initiative

    Achieving a vision of a world where Better Cotton is the norm and cotton farmers and their communities thrive takes a holistic approach and a rigorous standard to match. A critical component of the Better Cotton Standard System is the Better Cotton Principles and Criteria, which lay out the global definition of Better Cotton through seven guiding principles. By following these principles, farmers produce cotton in a way that is better for themselves, their communities and the environment.

  • Bluesign PFC Free

    PFCs (per- and poly-fluorinated chemicals) are all completely man-made chemicals. They are commonly used in water repellent coatings and waterproof membranes. Until fairly recently there were very few alternatives so as it became obvious that PFCs were harmful to the environment more focus fell on making sure alternatives were found and coatings were PFC free.

  • Global Logistics Emissions Council

    Comparing greenhouse gases across different modes of transport can be like comparing apples with oranges. That’s why the GLEC developed the GLEC Framework: the only globally recognized methodology for harmonized calculation and reporting of the logistics footprint across the supply chain. It can be implemented by shippers, carriers and logistics service providers, and is designed to inform business decisions and steer efforts to reduce emissions.

  • United Nations Charter for Climate Action

    The Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action goes beyond previous industry-wide commitments. Work under Fashion Charter for Climate Action is guided by its mission to drive the fashion industry to net-zero Greenhouse Gas emissions no later than 2050 in line with keeping global warming below 1.5 degrees.